DRINET is an NSF funded data interoperability project. It is creating a research environment for collecting and disseminating local to regional scale drought information while interoperating with other resources and tools. This presentation will provide an overview of the project, including the DRINET cyberinfrastructure framework, interactive online tools and datasets developed and integrated under this projects, and ongoing work in key research areas (metadata standardization, drought characterization, drought impacts on air quality, water quality, agriculture, urban planning and resilience, etc). This will be a team presentation with multiple presenters: Drs. Carol Song, Jake Carlson, Rao Govindaraju, Indrajeet Chaubey and Dev Niyogi.
driNET, cyberinfrastructure, data interoperability
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